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PSYB10H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Briey, Derogation, Social Dominance Orientation


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYB10H3
Professor
Elizabeth Page- Gould
Study Guide
Final

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REVISED Topic Review Sheet - Final Exam
How to use this review sheet: Below you will find a bulleted list of topics that may be
on the exam. Anything that is bulleted is a distinct topic that you may find on the
exam. The topics are arranged hierarchically to help you organize the ideas in your
mind. The best way to study for the exam is to briefly describe each topic in your own
words. Then, go back through the review sheet and come up with an example of each
topic or make your own test question for the topic. If you can do these things, then
you have fully learned the material.
Important Note: The indentation is simply to help you organize the concepts in your
mind, but any bulleted topic below is fair game for the exam. Even the top-level topics
are considered to be unique concepts that you should be able to define (e.g., you need
to be able to define “Culture” as well as “Ethnicity”).
Group Processes
Groups
Social groups
Social norms
Social roles
The Stanford Prison Experiment
Group cohesiveness
Destructive groups (Cults)
Defining characteristics of destructive cults
Deindividuation
Social facilitation and social loafing
Social facilitation
Social loafing
Process of Social Facilitation or Social Loafing: Evaluation, Arousal, and Task
Complexity
Group decision making
Group think
Antecedents
Symptoms
Consequences
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Emotions
What is an emotion?
What is not an emotion?
6 basic emotions
Complex emotions
Affect blends
Positive emotions
Self-conscious emotions
Measuring emotions
Self-report
Facial action muscles
Emotional facial displays
Nonverbal communication
Encoding
Decoding
Facial EMG
Facial Action Coding System
Components of emotion
Time span of emotion
Physiological component
Peripheral nervous system
Central nervous system
Proper inference of psychophysiology
James-Lange Theory of Emotion
Directed facial action task
Cognitive component
Cognitive appraisals
Two-Factor Theory of Emotion
Two-factor theory of love/misattribution of arousal
Dutton & Aron Bridge Study
Behavioural component
Facial display
Body posture
Vocal tone
Touch
Action
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Action tendencies of emotions
Universality/Functionality of emotions
Adaptive value of emotions
Expression of emotion
Ekman studies on universality of emotion
Culturally-specific emotions
Morality
Moralization
Moral reasoning
Moral emotions
Feelings as information
“Moral triad” of emotions
Social Intuitionist Model
Dual-process theory of moral reasoning
Emotional processes
Utilitarian processes
Neural structures involved in rational and emotional moral reasoning
Initial Attraction
Proximity
Propinquity effect
Familiarity
Mere-exposure
Similarity
Versus complementarity
Reciprocity & Attraction/Reciprocal Liking
Subtle liking cues
Attractiveness
What is attractive?
Attractiveness in men and women
Why these features might be important
Symmetry
Averageness
Babyfacedness
Cultural influence
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